From NBC's Michelle Perry
So what did National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman John Cornyn take from Scott Brown's (R) win last night?
In an interview on MSNBC's "Andrea Mitchell Reports," Cornyn told Mitchell that when it comes to health care, the message voters were sending was, "Slow down and work together, and listen to us and our concerns. Don't just try to pass something and ignore our disapproval of what you are trying to do."
Mitchell also asked Cornyn about John McCain's announcement that Sarah Palin will campaign for him.
Cornyn said McCain is "smart enough that he is not going to leave anything to doubt" in this unpredictable political environment. "All incumbents, Republicans as well as Democrats, all incumbents have to be very, very careful this year. Absolutely. I think that anybody representing the establishment, whether you are Republicans or are Democrats, ought to wake up."
A brief clip is below...